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Heavier weight on the front of the arrow generally will always increase foc. I believe lighter nocks also increases some? I have heard that a higher foc is better for hunting, but i think as long as the arrow itself is spined right and tunes with the bow correctly, you should be fine on foc so long as it is 12ish or higher. When i used ot2 recently for my chill, i ran the spine a bit more on the stiff side. Better to be stiff than weak. The biggest thing is to make sure you factor everything with ot2 to be accurate- draw length, weight, hunting vs target, weight on line, loop or not, arrow length, weights on arrow including wraps/nocks/fletching/ glue/ inserts. Also, if your not wanting to use a heavier broadhead, but want the increased foc- considered weighted inserts (depending on the availablity with the arrow you select). I used to do 125 head's with a 50 grain insert, but ive realized that the 125 grain market isnt as vast as the 100 grain market, so i switch to 75 grain inserts and now run a 100 grain broad head. Some 125 heads are "heavier duty" in some cases though. I love heavier arrows/ more weight up front. This setup blows through targets and deer!
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